College Prayer

Christ, our light,
let us live in the warmth of your grace;
guide us through moments of darkness,
letting the light of Christ provide us with direction and inspiration
for all of our endeavours.
Let us hold hands, learning to work together,
so our talents shine forth in all that we do.
May the flames of our lives continue to burn brightly,
reflecting the light of Christ.

Faith is following and trusting in the example set by Jesus Christ – to be a servant, a teacher, a storyteller, a man of faith and a person for others. Catholicism is about embracing all and welcoming the stranger! We welcome you to our College and we welcome you to our faith.
As a Catholic Community, Lumen Christi College strives to nurture the faith of our community with our words and in our actions.

  • The first Learning Area in the College is Religious Education. In this Learning Area, students are encouraged to reflect on how Christian faith impacts human life and culture.
  • We are blessed to have the support of many local parishes with various Priests celebrating mass for the community on many various occasions. Our parishes form an important part of our community and the College enjoys a strong relationship with our clergy.
  • Christian faith is understood in action, across the year levels, as our students participate in many forms of Christian Service Learning. Christian Service Learning enables students to observe actions that reflect love, compassion and justice from a Christian perspective.
  • We believe strongly in raising awareness as well as funds for many worthwhile charities in our Community and therefore participate in many Outreach projects throughout the year.
  • Reflection and discernment are an important component of Faith development, which our College fosters in our Emmaus Retreat programs.

“The mission of the Catholic school is the integral formation of students, so that they may be true to their condition as Christ’s disciples and as such work effectively for the evangelization of culture and for the common good of society.”

Address of the Holy Father Pope John Paul II, May 30, 1998.